Genghis Khan

Genghis Khan

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As a boy, Genghis Khan inherited the role of leader after his father's death. As a man, he earned it--by fiercely protecting his people, no matter the cost, and by demanding total loyalty from those he led. His is a story of courage and survival, sacrifice and death. The boy who became the great Genghis Khan would take his people from the brink of survival to near-world domination--and lead the largest empire ever created in the lifetime of one man.

Based on both history and legend, Demi's classic story takes readers into a world of battle and victory--and shows why Genghis Khan has gone down in history as the greatest conqueror of all time.

Publisher: New York : Marshall Cavendish, 2009.
Edition: First Marshall Cavendish Classics edition
ISBN: 9780761455479
Branch Call Number: j B GENGHIS
Characteristics: 1 volumes (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 26 cm.
Additional Contributors: Demi Chingis Khan.


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Dec 04, 2012

any of her books are so great for children of all ages the illustrations are a thing of beauty and even adults can enjoy them..a great teaching tool for children to teach them and talk to them about history in a way they will find exciting


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